Silver Travel Advisor Partner - Singapore Tourism Board
In light of the ongoing Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) situation, Enterprise Singapore (ESG) and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) have rolled out the SG Clean quality mark to the tourism and lifestyle sectors, to reassure the public and future visitors that our local businesses maintain high standards of cleanliness and sanitation.
Singapore is a series of unexpected wonders – a green metropolis, a skyline with a story, a city-state with art as intense as the chilli crab. Around every corner, incredible experiences are being crafted, cooked, painted, designed, grown or built by locals who share a common trait: passion.
A rich & riveting history
Walking around the city, taking in the magnificent architecture, stunning greenery and eclectic mix of food. It is impossible not to notice what a triumphant and spirited place Singapore is. Having rapidly evolved into a city-state with its own unique identity, Singapore has a colossal story to tell, from trading port in the 1800s to a 21st century visionary city, you will uncover stories of passion and possibilities.
Singapore’s kaleidoscope of cultures is clearly visible in its architecture and neighbourhoods – from Little India to Kampong Glam, Chinatown to the Peranakan enclave of Joo Chiat – and in the wealth of food choices. Foodies can start the day with kaya toast and local kopi (coffee); eat world famous chicken rice for lunch; and try a tasty laksa for dinner. Be a foodie by day and a socialiser in the evening when one can soak the views at one of the city’s award-winning cocktail bars.
A ‘City in a Garden’
With almost a third of the island draped in greenery, Singapore is bursting with colour and life. Home to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, the unique wildlife of Bukit Timah and world-renowned Gardens by the Bay, there are ample sites to saunter and stroll. For those adventure seekers, head out into the rainforest and explore the treetop walks at MacRitchie Nature Trail and Reservoir Park or take the 6.8mile nature trail loop where you’re more than likely to bump into long tailed macaque monkeys or monitor lizards.
Go your own way
Singapore is home to many places that embolden and inspire passions. Whether you are visiting the city for four days or a week; and whether you are a passionate foodie, culture shaper, collector or explorer, there is a Singapore itinerary designed for you. Just let your passion guide you!
For more information please visit www.visitsingapore.com
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